From the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, it's the Sports Review of the Year.
40 Years Of Sports Review
To mark the 40th anniversary of the Sports Review of the Year, BBC Sport produced a special programme looking back at the history of the programme.
Step forward Des, Steve and Sue to present the review of the sporting year 1994.
Through a multitude of television screens, a montage of the sporting year begins BBC Sport's review of 1995.
The sporting stars of the year arrive for the Sports Review of 1996, headed by last year's Sports Personality of the Year Jonathan Edwards.
The sporting stars of 1998 sign in as they arrive for what was to be the final time that the programme was called Sports Review of the Year. This was also the final time that Desmond Lynam co-presented the programme as he left for ITV Sport the following summer. However, this year's programme did feature telephone voting for the first time.
Sports Personality Of The Century
To mark the Millennium, BBC Sport changed the format from a review of the sporting year to a lookback at the sporting achievements of the century. This was underlined by the use of the BBC's Millennium ident at the start of the programme. The presentation of the Sports Personality of 1999 did take place but it took second fiddle to Mohammad Ali being voted as the Sports Personality of the Century.
Building on last year, BBC Sport decided to keep its revamped format in place as the programme changed its emphasis from a review of the sporting year to an awards ceremony. The tone moved away from a sport-by-sport review to a more voxpop-based musical montage of clips from selected sporting events which took place over the year mixed with a significant increase in the number of awards, as premiered the previous year. .